(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Curry College"

Cittr^ OInllf 0f 




13fi4 




"^"^mm^:,^ 



'm:^^ 



9'~jgam»M 



"^^«t 












^^4?^ 'A vv< 






.-■^ .^ '^'^i'^'i-^^^ - fct,'^ v'^*i»P4(fc.. ■■ '^'•'«=S»5*^^i>^- 






iE4:\}^!i(KiiK%. 



3^«.. &. 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2010 with funding from 

Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/currycollege1964unse 





THE 1964 CURRYER 





IN MEMORIUM 

A year ago the Student Body of Curry College 
honored a member of the Faculty by dedicating 
the YEARBOOK to him, Dr. Norborne Harris 
Crowell. Now the Faculty and Student Body 
pay sincere tribute to this same beloved Pro- 
fessor. His many years of service suddenly 
came to a sad end. He was stricken on the way 
to class, one morning, and was taken to the 
Norwood Hospital where he passed away a few 
days later. 

Our College has lost a dedicated scholar. 
His faithfulness to his profession was an inspira- 
tion to all whom he taught. Dr. Crowell gave 
meritorious service to Curry College beyond the 
classroom. 

Curry College and a large number of her 
graduates are richer for Dr. Crowell' s friend- 
liness, his scholarship, and the jovial twinkle of 
his eye in the lecture hall and on the campus 
walks. We say to him in loving memory: "Well 
done, thou good and faithful servant." 



-2- 



Table of Contents 



Page 

In Memorium 2 

Dedication 4 

Yearbook Editors 6 

President's Message 7 

Board of Trustees 8 

Faculty 9 

Student Senate 20 

Campus Buildings 21 

Who's Who 27 

Senior Class 29 

Junior Class 51 

Underclassmen 65 

Clubs 69 

Sports 77 

Campus Life 89 

Advertising 103 



-3- 



DEDICATION 



In the realm of time and in the passing of history, we are afforded the 
opportunity to view events with perspective. We become able to discern 
men of greatness. An institution of higher learning produces the potential 
out of which there emerges a m£in of greatness to be its head. A man 
among men, a leader in the midst of leaders, whose supreme effort and 
personal sacrifice remains an unchallenged matter of record. The 
wisdom and dedication of such a man has inspired the faculty and students 
of Curry College to its highest level of achievement in its 85-year history. 
His close work with the student body has led not only to greater academic 
standards, but, also to the finest Esprit de Corps, Curry has ever 
witnessed. In this m£in, a determining drive for achievement is backed 
by an undaunted dedication to the work he loves. He represents the new 
Curry College with its new goals and ambitions. His ideals, his beliefs 
and his hopes are all directed to the future of the college. 

Here is truly a man of greatness, leading a college and its students 
to high attainments. In making Curry what it is today and working toward 
a greater Curry tomorrow, he stands a man among men. We are honored 
as Seniors, to dedicate with warmth, and effection the 1964 Curryer to Dr. 
Howard Douglass Wood. 








-5- 



EDITORIAL STAFF 



Ian A. Kops 
Edl tor-In-Chief 



Fred Gilstein 
Assistant Editor 



Owen Channon 
Faculty Advisor 




Stanley Shuman 
Literary Editor 



Barry Epstein 
Business Manager 



Steve Walker 
Art Editor 



Nicholas Fleming 
Photography Editor 



-6- 




President's Message 



Graduates of June 1964: 

Building upon the foundation of the traditions, ideals and success of the past genera- 
tions of Curry College students and faculty we are establishing a new image of scholarly 
procedure and practice, acceptance of personal responsibility for our actions and words, 
and devotion to and acceptance of the highest ideals of mankind. As we cooperatively 
participate in the creation of this new image of Curry College we personally share in 
the benefits accruing from the creation of the new image. As we give of self by deed, 
word and action we shall in return receive benefits and rewards commensurate with what 
we have given. In all of the years which lie before us we cannot disregard the part which 
we must play in the development of this image, nor can we escape reflecting the image 
which we have shared in creating. For all of our lives we shall be part of Curry and 
Curry will be part of us. 

The Class of 1964, the largest to graduate from the College, has been a strong class 
with many outstanding leaders and has had a large share in the creation of this new image. 
To all of you we extend the best wishes of students, faculty and administration for happy, 
prosperous lives. The future beckons to you and you are prepared to meet your respon- 
sibilities as educated men and women. As you go forward do not forget your College, 
friends and ideals. May God bless you in all your undertakings. 

Sincerely, 



Howard D. Wood 



-7- 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 




Dr. Willard Price Lombard; Chairman 

Mr. Richard E. Adams 

Dr. Joseph Aloysius Doherty 

Dr. Mildred Buchanan Flagg 

Mr. David Russell Hubbard; Secretary 

Dr. Kirtley Fletcher Mather 

Dr. Donald Wilson Miller 

Mrs. Emma May Miller; Treasurer 

Mr. George William Perkins II 



FACUITV 




oo 



-9- 




SAMUEL S. KUNG 
A.B., A.M., Ed.D. 
Dean of the College 
A.B., Cheeloo University 
A.M., Springfield College 
Ed.D., Columbia University 





CECIL ROSE 

A.B., Th.D. 

Dean of Men 

A.B., Colby College 

Th.D., Princeton University 



MR. MEEKS 
Registrar 



-10- 





DUANE F. BLACKWOOD 
A.B., A.M., Ph. D 
Professor of Psychology 
A.B., College of Wooster 
A.M , Ph.D., 
Ohio dtate University 



RICHARD P. BONNEY 
A.B., A.M. 
Professor of History 
A.B., A.M. 
Harvard University 





RALPH K. CARLETON 
S.B., A.M., Ph.D. Sc.D 
Professor of Chemistry 
S.B., Boston University 
A.M., Harvard University 
P1|.D, Vanderbilt University 
Sc.D, Shurtleff College (Hon.) 



OWEN CHANNON 
A.B., B.D. 

Professor of English 
A.B., McGill University 
B.D., Presbyterian College 



-11- 






CARLTON CONDIT 
A.B., Ph. D. 
Professor of Biology 
A.B., Ph.D 
University of California 



MICHAEL S, DONLAN 
A.B., Ed.M., D.Sc.O 
Instructor in German 
A.B., Ed. M. 
Harvard University 
D.Sc.O Curry College (Hon.) 




J 




JANE E. GRANSTROM 

A,B, 

Librarian 

A.B., Curry College 



JOSEPHINE A. HOPE 

A.B., A.M., M.L.S. 

Librarian 

A.B., A.M. Pembroke College 

of Brown University 

M.L.S., Columbia University 



-12- 





INDAR KAMAL 

A.B., A,M. 

Professor of Mathematics 

A.B., A.M. 

DELHI University 



JOHN J. KING 

A.B.. A.B. 

Professor of History 

and Government 

A.B., Harvard University 

A.B., Oxford University 





DONALD E. MARKS 
A.B., A.M. 
Professor of Biology 
A.B., Harvard University 
A.M., Columbia University 



PETER MAZZAFERRO 

A.B., A.M. 

Instructor in Physical Education 

A.B., Centre College 

Ed. M., Springfield College 



-13- 






KATHLEEN B, McCANN 
A.B., M.F.A. 
Professor of Speech 
A.B., Barnard College, 

Columbia University 
M.F.A,, Yale University 



JOHN J. McCAHTHY 

A.B., B.Ed, Ed.M 

Professor of Business Administration 

A.B., B. Ed., Ed.M 

Boston State Teachers College 







ALEXANDER B. MOISSIY 
Th. D., LL.D 
Professor of French 
Th.D, University of lassey 

(Roumania) 
L.L.D, University of Bukarest 
(Roumania) 



RALEIGH A. PALMER 
S.B., S.M. 

Professor of Geology 
S.B., S.M. 
University of Tennessee 



■14- 





EMILIO A. PLANOS 

L.L.D. 

Professor of Spanish 

L.L.D. University of Havana 



FRITZ H, PUTLITZ 
A.B., A.M. 

Professor of Geology 
A.B., Pomona College 
A.M., Stanford University 






DOUGLAS L. REED 

S.B.,.M.B.A. 

Professor of Business 

Administration 

S.B., Indiana University 

M.B.A., Texas Technological College 



RUTH M. SCHNEIDER 
A.B., A.M. 
Professor of English 
A.B,, University of Redlands 
A.M., Ohio University 



-15- 





ALBERT SHEERING 
A.B., A.M., A.M. 
Professor of Sociology 
A.B., A.M. 
Allahbad University 
A.M., Boston University 



STELLA SUTHERLAND 
A.B., Ph.D. 
Professor of English 
A.B., Queen's University 
Ph.D., University of Illinois 





MARILYN TARLOW 

S.B. 

Instructor in Art 

S.B. Massachusetts College of Art 



JOHN P. .VALLELY 

A.B. 

Instructor in Physical 

Education 

A.B., Curry College 



■16- 





MRS. BELYEA 

Secretary to the President 



MRS. HAGLER 
Secretary to the Dean 






MRS. LE BARON 
Assistant Bursar 



MISS CHANNON 
Secretary to the Registrar 



■17- 




MRS. HANSON 

Assit. to Dean of Women 




MRS. ROSE 



NOT PHOTOGRAPHED 



ROGER A. BUMP 
B.Sc.O. 

Lecturer on Radio- 
Television Broadcasting 
B.Sc.O., Curry College 



AROLINE H. SARGENT 

A.B. 

Librarian 

A.B., Middlebury College 



LORING B, ROBERTS 
B.Sc. O, B.D, 
Lecturer on Philosophy 
B.Sc. O., Curry College 
B.D., Tufts University; 

Harvard University 



DONALD S. SMITH 
Mus. M. 

Lecturer on Music 
Mus.M., New England 
Conservatory of Music 



ELLA ROSE FORD 

B.S. in Ed. Ed.M., Ed.D. 

Dean of Women 

B.S. in Ed., and Ed.M., 

State Teachers College at Boston 

Certificate of Advanced Graduate 

Study (Elementary Education), 

Boston University 
Ed.D., Calvin Coolidge College 



-18- 



MRS GRELA 
College Nurse 




MR. PALMER 
Bookstore Manager 



MISS GRANSTROM 
Librarian 





-19- 



THE STUDENT SENATE 




Richard Lorton, Michael O'Grady, Robert Shea, Robert Hagler, Janee Radish, Bruce 
Allen; President, George Kelly; Vice. President, Robert Spillane, Thomas Sapontgis, 
Arlene Rosendorf. 



In September the newly-elected presidents and vice-presidents of the 
four classes were called together to draw up a Student Government 
Constitution. This group met in the Dean's office every Monday evening 
until a rough draft was completed. In November, at a meeting with the 
student body, this draft was presented, and suggested changes were made, 
A second assembly was called, but time ran out before ratification could 
be made. A special meeting was called for December 12, 1963. This final 
draft was ratified by the student body. A student government was estab- 
lished on the Curry College campus. 

Elections were held on December 20, and thirteen senators were elected 
to represent the individual classes. On January 14, the President of the 
College, Dr, Howard D. Wood, installed the senators and presented the 
chairman's gavel to the first president. 



-20- 



BUILDINGS 




-21- 




CAMPUS OF NATURAL BEAUTY 




]','f 'Ai 



>!t ufi '3' 



n!i n»i 




SCHOLARS 
HALL 



-22- 




,x« 




NEW DORMITORY 




MAYFLOWER HALL 
-23- 




fl- f^ 



ACADEMIC QUADRANGLE 



ACADEMIC BUILDING 



4'\ 



III |g_ 

1^^ llgig 



saw® 

IB pi 



Ell III 
|{ Hi 



II III III 

II HI HI 




-24- 




LIBRARY BUILDING 



CHEMICAL-PHYSICAL SCIENCE BUILDING 




-25- 




■ rUDENT UNION 




THE LODGE 
-26- 





DONALD R. LANDERS 



JANET E. MAHANNA 





EDWARD B. NARDONE 



AUGUST C. PICARIELLO 




PUSADEE ROJANAVONGSE 



-28- 



SENIORS 




-29- 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Donald Landers; President 
Jeffery Shapiro; Vice President 
Regina Fine; Secretary 
Emilio Candela; Treasurer 



-30- 






George A. Adames 
1157 Wheeler Ave. 
Bronx, N. Y. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 




James Balfour 
8 Hoyle St. 
Norwood, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 





Joaquin G. Afonso 
341 McNeil PI. 
Mineola, N. Y. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 




Robert I. Balis 
406 Thornden St. 
Soutii Orange, N. J. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 





Bruce W. Allen 
3 Lewis St. 
Somerville, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 




Salvatore F. Battinelli 
24 Hudson St. 
Somerville, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 



-31- 




Arnold R. Behrman 
117 Wright Rd. 
Rockville Center, N.Y. 
S,B. Radio-TV 




Harriet Block 

8300 Talbot St. 

New Gardens, N.Y. 

S. B. Elementary Education 





Timothy J. Bergen Jr. 
20 South Dr. 
Rochelle Pk., N.J. 
A.B, English 





Katherine M. Bond 

1 Alexandria Rd. 

Lyndfield, Mass. 

S.B. Elementary Education 



Mark Berkson 
6 Old Pond Rd. 
Great Neck, N.Y. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 



-32- 





Richard C. Bontempo 

1643 W. 13 St. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

A.B. History & Government 




Robert E. Brucken 
3311 Newkirk Ave. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 




Richard E. Brvmner 
1041 Bushwick Ave. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
S.B. Biology 



Autumn leaves in late September, 
1960. The Class of 1964 began its first 
day as undergraduates. First glimpses 
of what was to be home for the next four 
years. Registration finally ended and we 
headed toward our new dormitories. 
Lombard Hall had just been completed. 
Orientation was a series of exami- 
nations. Great expectations soon wore 
off. The Athletic Field was brand new. 
A new main road through campus. 




-33- 




Emilio H. Candela 
10 Flower Hill PI. 
Port Washington, N.Y. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 





I. Robert Corso 
14 Grove St. 
Arlington, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 



Barton Cherry 
1600 Caton Ave. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
A.B. History & 
Government 






Vernon Crenshaw 
1175 York Ave. 
New York 21, N.Y. 
A.B. Psychology 




Roland G. Cook Jr. 
123 Mass. Ave. 
North Andover, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 



-34- 





Jay R. Cummings 
183 Bengeyfield Dr. 
East Williston, N,Y. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 




Diran R. DerMarderosian 
325 Hunnewell St. 
Needham Heights, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 



A new Parking Lot for our cars that 
weren't. A Freshman Council was 

established. Can you remember: The 
Winter Carnival? The Twenty Dollar 
Yearbook? Freshmen beanies that did 
not fit? Dr. Gould and his canine friends? 
Our first College Mixer? Who could 
forget, the Zock hunts and disappearing 
students? Twenty-seven inches of snow? 
Lombard Hall's calisthenics at 5:30 A.M. 
Our first year ended with three hour 
exams in the Gym. I will never carry 
another chair. 





G. Allen Eiring 
Old Smalley Town Rd. 
Plainfield, N.J. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 



-35- 




Ann Ruth Enowitz 
6313 Boulevard East 
West New York, N. J. 
S.B. Secondary Education 





Regina Fine 

80 Avenue P 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

S.B. Secondary Education 



Ellen Epstein 
265 Chestnut Dr. 
Roslyn, N. Y. 
S.B. Radio-TV 







C. Burton Fowler 
591 Evergreen Ave. 
Mt. Carmel, Conn. 
A.B. English 



im 




Leonard M. Erlichman 
67 Thatcher St. 
Brookline, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 



-36- 





William J. Gallant 
8 Upland Rd. 
Andover, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 




John E. Gawler 
1224 S. Long Ave. 
Hillside, N.J. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 




Carol P. Gelband 
1700 Albermarle Rd. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
S.B. Elementary 
Education 



The College had a new face when we 
returned. Ground was broken for the 
Chemical-Physical Science Building and 
the new Library. Plans were being 
drawn for a new dormitory. Three new 
Deans were on campus. A new football 
coach hopes for a winning season. 
Movies were being shown, for only 
twenty-five cents. Houghton's Pond 
and the Blue Hills were only as far as 
our cars could take us. 




-37- 





Fred Gilstein 
3212 Church Ave. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
A.B. Psychology 





Robert Hagler 
11 Muirfield Rd.- 
Rockville Center, N. Y. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 




Joseph N. Goldman 
16 Favre St. 
Mattapan, Mass. 
S.B. Radio-TV 





David S. Green 
44 Dartmouth Rd. 
Marblehead, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 




Franlt K. Hardy Jr. 
50 Wendell Park 
Milton, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 



-38- 






Jeffrey Helzel 
140 Chestnut Rd. 
Manhasset, N. Y. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 



Hotly contested soccer games at New 
England College. There were long, unex- 
pected, walks late at night. The trips to 
New York for franks at Nathan's, and 
5 A.M. Mass at St. Patricks Cathedral. 
We all gathered for pizza at the Villa Rosa, 
Night barbecues at Revere Beach. Some 
imaginative Sophomores builtal,000-coke- 
cup pyramid. The Basketball team played 
at Boston Garden. Moving books into the 
New Library. Another year came to a 
close. 





Mark E. Hirsch 
111-32 76 Ave. 
Forest Hills, N. Y. 
A.B. Psy etiology 





Donald H. Hosking 
236 Long Pond Dr. 
S. Yarmouth, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 



-39- 




Patrick A. Hughes 
54 Gretter Rd. 
West Roxbury, Mass. 
S.B. Secondary 
Education 





John C. Impellizzeri 
8748 24 Ave. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
S.B. Business 

Admini str ation 



Susan R. Hurst 
102-07 63 Dr. 
Forest Hills, N.Y. 
S.B. Elementary 
Education 




Harvey A. Hyman 
65-10 108 St. 
Forest Hills, N. Y. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 




Lance Jackson 
1717 Ave. H. 
Schnectady, N. Y. 
A.B. Psychology 



-40- 





Rochelle Kaplan 
27 Dora Lane 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 
S.B. Secondary 
Education 




George E. Kelly 
48 Osgood Ave. 
Dracut, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 




Barbara Klein 
18512 Lyton Rd. 
Shaker Heights, Ohio 
S.B. Elementary 
Education 



Juniors, and only one more step left on 
the ladder. The Soccer team won a bid to 
the N.A.I.A. Soccer Tournament. The 
Round Table was established. We faced a 
loss with the Boston Hall fire. There were 
the fire drills at 2 A.M. The Devil and 
Daniel Webster was a hit on campus. We 
visited the homes of Thoreau and Emerson 
at Concord and WaldenPond. Class officers 
were elected. 




-41- 




Richard L. Koeck 
2 Wynderhurst Dr. 
Madison, N. J. 
S,B. Business' 

Administration 





Martin M. Leftoff 
645 E. 26 St. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
S.B. Secondary 
Education 




Nicholas J. Larkin Jr. 
12 Larkin Rd. 
Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 




Barry Lederman 
47 Goodale Rd. 
Mattapan, Mass. 
S.B. Biology 




Lloyd Leiser Jr. 
213-40 33 Ave. 
Bayside, N. Y. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 



-42- 




Anita Linka 
1746 Ocean Ave. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
S.B. Secondary 
Education 




Janet E. Mahanna 
576 West Main St. 
Avon, Mass. 
S.B. Elementary 
Education 





Kevin B. Malvey 
33 Brandley Rd. 
Watertown, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 



A fellow student signed a major league 
baseball contract. There were the weekly 
Record Hops in the Student Union, Cul- 
turally, we endeavored to view the Boston 
Pops and theLimelighters. The intra-mural 
Softball program became a popular pastime. 
Only one more year till graduation, time is 
beginning to fly by Lasting friendships 
are formed for a lifetime. We left for 
summer vacation, only one thought in mind, 
graduation. 




-43- 




Suzanne Masse 
17 Ramshead Rd. 
Cataumet, Mass. 
S.B. Elementary 
Education 




Philip Meyer 
116 Wickham Rd. 
Garden City, N. Y. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 




William H. Mitcliell 
27 Fernwood Rd. 
West Newton, Mass. 
A.B. Psychology 




John F. McKinney 
15 Bird Hill Rd. 
Lexington, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 



Michael N. McMaster 
RFD # 1 Box 15 
Brattleboro, Vermont 
A.B. English 



-44- 




Leanne M. McMenimen 
95 Bowdoin Ave. 
Waltham, Mass. 
S.B. Elementary 
Education 





Edson R. Mosier 
103 Liberty Ave. 
New Rociielle, N. Y. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 





Edward B. Nardone 
164 High St. 
Westerly, R. I. 
S.B. Secondary 
Education 



The Senior Class saw a new administra- 
tion, a new Student Senate, and a new foot- 
ball coach. An International Faculty. A 
new dormitory in place of Boston Hall, The 
big events of the year; theHootenanny, the 
Fall Ball, the Senior and Junior Class 
dances, the International Festival and the 
Fashion Show, A winning football and 
basketball season. There the class 
elections and new class rings were de- 
signed. 




■45- 




Marilyn M. Navisky 
111 Manet Rd. 
Newton, Mass. 
A.B. Psychology 





Cynthia L. Ormont 
3205 Grand Concourse 
Bronx, N. Y. 
S.B. Elementary 
Education 




John Nowik 

3307 83 St. 

Jackson Heights, N. Y. 

S.B. Business 

Administration 





Marie J. O'Connell 
96 Jersey St. 
Dedham, Mass. 
S.B. Elementary 
Education 




Colin J. Parker 
42 Montrose Ave. 
Babylon, N. Y. 
S.B. Elementary 
Education 



-46- 






Allan H. Peck 
223 Hampton Ave. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 




August C. Picariello 
253 Riverdale Rd. 
Pompton Lakes, N. J. 
S.B. Biology 




Clark R. Rattet 
2 Barry Circle 
Randolph, Mass, 
S.B. Business 

Administration 



Who can forget the big song of the 
year "442 Glenwood Avenue" and the 
Beatles? We were all shocked at the 
ill-timed death of President Kennedy, and 
at the same time Dr. Crowell. A new 
Senior Parking Lot, The Governor's 
reception and the broadcaster's lunch- 
eon. Yearbook offices were set up in 
the Lodge. The new Curry newspaper 
was a success. The Varsity Club be- 
came a reality. 




-47- 




Pusadee Rojanavongse 
1 Peterboro St. 
Boston, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Admini str ation 





Dianne L. Samuelian 
46 Division St. 
N. Qulncy, Mass. 
S.B, Business 

Administration 




Jeffrey A. Shapiro 
143-36 Barclay Ave. 
Flushing, N. Y. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 




Gregory H. Seymourian 
154 Rice Rd. 
Wallaston, Rd. 
A.B. English 




Robert M. Shea 
104 Bynner St. 
Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 



-48- 






Stanley J. Shuman 
41 Dietz Rd. 
Hyde Park, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 



The Senior Prom was unforgetable at 
the Sidney Hills Country Club, Class 
meetings and bi-weekly convocations were 
attended. We have worked and earned the 
right to be called Seniors. We have matured 
and gained wisdom which we shall always 
use. These last four years are years that 
we shall never forget. The Class of 1964 

has seen the transition from old to new. 




Tliomas A. Steele 
19 Chestnut St. 
Randolph, Mass. 
S.B. Secondary 
Education 





Philip Stephany 
Western Ave. 
Essex, Mass. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 



-49- 




Raymond D. Suprynowicz 
170 Gold St. 
New Britain, Conn. 
S.B. Elementary 
Education 




Alfred Vincequerra 
1832 21 Drive 
Astoria, N. Y. 
A.B. English 




Dennis P. Tessicini 
6 South Ter. 
Milford, Mass. 
S.B. Secondary 
Education 




Robert L. Weingard 
1363 E. 24 St. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
S.B. Biology 




James R. Villepigue 
110 West Drive 
Douglaston, N. Y. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 




Allan S. Zukowsky 
29 Randolph Ter. 
Yonkers, N. Y. 
S.B. Business 

Administration 



-50- 



JUNIORS 




-51- 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




Philip Capen; President 
Roger Gray; Vice President 
Gail Cunningham; Secretary 
Joseph Abraham; Treasurer 



-52- 




JOSEPH A. ABRAHAM 





ROBERT M. BAKER 





STEPHEN AYRE 





ROBERT B. BECKER 





MARTHA J. BADGER 



MARTIN O' BUCKLEY 





-53- 




JOHN C. BLAUVELT 




BARBARA T. CICCHESE 




PHILIP A. CAPEN 




MARILYN A. CIESLA 




PAUL CAREY 




GAIL J. CUNNINGHAM 



-54- 




DIANE H. D'ANDRAIA 




BARRY R. EPSTEIN 



BRANDON P. DELANEY 




JAMES L. FISHER 








<^ 


^^^^ 


f^^M 


^9H|^ 


'^, ■ 0^^ 


**^Bk 


I i 


■1 


? *«R- 


•^ ¥ 




■^'f 


Jld\ 




^ 


^ 



FREDERICK L. DEMARCO 



FREDERICK A. GARBER 




-55- 




IGNACIO DE LA GARZA 




LOIS GREENFIELD 



CAROLYN C. GEIGER 



i^j 





BABETTE HOEXTER 





ROGER S. GRAY 



RALPH W. JOHNSON 




-56- 




ARTHUR S. KAGAN 



TRUDI J. KOHN 





STEVEN M. KAPNICK 





IAN A. KOPS 




JOYCE E. KEOUGH 




ROBERT A. LAGHETTO 





-57- 




LOUIS N. LEMBO 





\ 




FRANCIS H. LOMBARDI 





ROBERT A. LEONARD 





WALTER R. MAYER 




GERALD J. LIVSON 





WILLARD F. MCLUCAS 



-58- 





RUSSELL R. MCNAUGHT 




ALAN M. NEWMAN 




ERNEST I. MOSLEY 





JERALD NOGIN 



MARY A. NARDELLI 



LEONARD C. OLIVERI 




-59- 




iTEPHEN E. PERLMAN 



STEPHEN M. POTASH 



CHESTER A. PETTITE 



PAUL R. RAYBIN 







RICHARD E. POLLAK 





JANEE RE DISH 



-60- 




SUZANNE ROSENFELD 



SHEILA D. SACHS 




GEORGE E. ROWOHLT 





MARTIN E. SANDLER 




NEIL A. SACHS 




SUSAN SCHREIBER 




-61- 







PHILIP SCHWARTZ 



ROBERT J. SPILLANE 




LAUREL B. SIMON 



JOHN B. STANLEY 





DAVID A. SPECIALE 



ROBERT M. STARK 




-62- 




ANNE M. TAYLOR 



MONTA E. VIDELL 







HOWARD W. TISLER 




CHARLES E. WALKER 



THOMAS R. TORTORIELLO 




ROBERT J. WALSH 




-63- 




CHARLES J. WEHMEYER 




RICHARD B. WOLFBERG 





-64- 



UNDERCLASSMEN 




-65- 




SOPHOMORE 

CLASS 
OFFICERS 



Steve Walker; President 
John Affronti; Vice President 
Joharme Ducey; Secretary 
Richard Statucki; Treasurer 



FRESHMEN 

CLASS 
OFFICERS 




Alan Cohan; President 
Warren Kasten; Vice President 
Cynthia Ostroff; Secretary 



■66- 



PRESENTING 



A SECTION OF 



THE CLASS OF 



1966 




Seated left to right: Carol Freedman, Richard Statuki, Johanne Ducey, Steve Walker, John Affront!, 

Joan Goldberg, Paige Bailey, Bonnie Amster, Michele Imperiale, Barbara Hill. 

Second row: Leslie Seymann, Terence Jackson, Edward Yezo, Thomas Sapontgis, Richard Lorton, 

Gary Kaiser, James Fraguela, Jill Abraham, Helene Lieberman. 

Third row: Michael Zatzkin^ Nicholas Fleming, John Lawlor, George Zaroulis, Paul Lewis, Stephen 

Donnella, Richard Manning, Gregory Kimball. 

Top row: William Gallant, Martin O' Buckley, Roger Carrasquillo, James McGinnity, Bertrand Nast, 

Joel Halpern, Andrew Kallen, John Evans. 



-67- 



PRESENTING 

A SECTION OF 

THE CLASS OF 



1967 




Seated left to right: Deborah Bradley, AldaBettignole, Diane Goldstein, Cynthia Ostroff, Alan Cohan, 

Warren Kasten, Louise Klauber, Lillian Mertz.. 

Second row: Rosleen Borken, Cheryl Hallock, Janet Dolberg, Rachael Clark, Vivienne Salmon, 

Arlene Rosendorf, Ellen Berman, Muriel Coler. 

Third row: William Becker, Lawrence Day, Manton Bruce, Jeffrey Miller, Allan Schachnovsky, 

Philip Abrams. 

Top row: Anthony Fasano, David Braunstein, Gary Blum, Henry Knapp, George Perry, Anthony 

Forte. 



CLUBS 



\\ ^\\e^\n ^c^yt S 




-69- 




Le Cercle 
Francaise 



Seated left to right: Arlene Rosendorf, Cynthia Ostroff, Professor 

Moissly, Carol Freedman, Helene Lieberman, Bonnie Amster. 

Second row: Nicholas Fleming, Arnold Behrman, Terence Jackson, Louis 

Lembo, Manton Bruce, Frank Lombardi. 

Top row: Richard Statuki, Bruce Allen, Thomas Sapontgis. 



n% ' s . ' '«•- I'' 



Spanish 
Club 




Seated left to right: Joel Halpern, Anne Taylor, Professor Pianos, 

Barbara Hill, Peter Sill, Steve Ayre. 

Second row: Paul Lewis, Roger Carrasquillo, George Adames, George 

Zaroulis, Barry Epstein, James Fraguela, John Evans, Jerry Livson, 

Paul Carey. 

Top row: Salvatore Battinelli, Nicholas Larkin, Charles Brewer, Joseph 

Abraham, Martin O'Buckley, John Affronti. 



-70- 



Dramatic 
Club 




Seated left to right: Professor King, Ellen Epstein, Professor McCann, 
Steve Verakus. 

Standing: Barry FoUick, Mark Berkson, Jeffrey Shapiro, Arnold Behrman, 
Joseph Goldman. 




Seated left to right: Barbara Klein, Carolyn Geiger, Ray Suprynowicz, 

Professor Channon, Colin Parker, Leslie Seymann. 

Second row: Susan Hurst, Rochelle Kaplan, Raohael Clark, Johanna 

Ducey, Carol Freedman, Kay Bond, Trudi Kohn, Bonnie Amster, Cheryl 

Hallock. 

Top row: Janet Kolberg, Suzanne Masse, Cynthia Ormont, Monta Videll, 

Babette Hoexter, Jill Abraham. 

-71- 



College 
Choristers 




^ Psychology 
Club 



Seated left to right: Joan Goldberg, Marilyn Navlsky, Martha Badger. 
Standing: Louis Lembo, Fred GUstein, Richard Lorton, Robert SplUane, 
Colin Parker. 




A ^ i ^^ "%/■■ o -■-■ ra 1 /^ 1 -•-■ Vk Standing left to right: Ian Kops; Chairman, Terence Jackson, Robert 



Weingard, Timothy Bergen, Martin Leftoff. 



-72- 



Debating 
Team 




Front row: Steven Kapnick, Louis Frino. 

Top row: Thomas Huggard, Professor Channon, Joseph 

Backus. 




Dormitory 
Proctors 



Seated left to right: John Affronti, Dean Rose, James Fraguela. 
Standing: Ian Kops, August Picariello, Thomas Sapontgis. 



-73- 




Yearbook 
Staff 



Seated left to right: Joseph Goldman, Joan Goldberg, Mark Hlrsch, 
Martha Badger, Timothy Bergen. 

Standing; Robert Weingard, August Picariello, Stephen Perlman, Thomas 
Sapontgis, Arnold Behrman, Clark Rattet, Mark Berkson, Alan Newman, 
Martin Leftoff. 



Newspaper 
Staff 




Seated left to right: Martin Sandler; Co-editor, Cynthia Ostroff, Pro- 
fessor Channon; Faculty Advisor, John Lawlor; Co-editor. 
Standing: Roger Carrasquillo, George Zaroulis, Stephen Perlman, 
Richard Statuki, Steve Walker, Mark Berkson, Timothy Bergen, Joseph 
Goldman, Martin Leftoff. 

-74- 



Outing 
Club 




Kneeling left to right: Allan Zukowsky, Ronald Landfare, Timothy Bergen. 
Standing: Robert Walsh, Colin Parker, Thomas Kirley, Professor 
Schneider, Kay Bond, John Stanley. 




First row: Lt. R. Tucker, Anthony Forte, Phil Abrams, Alan Cohan, 
Lt. R. Donovan , Richard Hartstein, John Stanley, Tom Tortoriello, 
Anthony Fasano. 
Top row: Lawrence Day, Gary Blum, Martin Leftoff, Robert Weingard. 



-75- 



Fire 
Marshalls 




Newman 
Club 



Cheer 
Leaders 




Barbara Cicchese, Cheryl Hallock, Leslie Seymann; Co-Capt., Kay 
Bond; Capt., Louise Klauber, Janee Redish. 



-76- 



SPORTS 




s<sy 



^r^ ~^ m^^ 



-11- 



Soccer 




Kneeling left to right: Ignaclo de la Garza, Barton Cherry, Jeff 

Bonem, Bill Morris, Curt Thompkins, Jack Afonso, Richard 

Riccardo. 

Standing: Richard Statucki, Wyman Li, Jeff Miller, Al Birdy, Tom 

Tortoriello, Arnie Behrman, John Gawler, Lou Brandi, Frank 

Pelligrini. 

The 1963 soccer team of Curry College finished the season with 
two victories, four losses and one tie. The team had high potential, 
but in the first minutes of play in the first game of the season, its 
star goaltender was injured; and he missed the rest of the season. 
With the loss of Jeff Helzel, the team faced a difficult schedule 
without a goaltender of any experience. 

Co-Captains Arnie Behrman and Tom Tortoriello spearheaded 
the best defense in Colonel history. Along with Dick (Varsity) 
Statucki, they held the line, and rebuffed vincounted scoring attempts 
by the opposition. This tight defense proved to be one of the top 
achievements of this year's team. The offense was lead by Jack 
Afonso and Ignacio de la Garcia, who either set up or scored every 
goal of the season. Curt Tompkins and Ricky Riccardo proved to 
be agile and swift afoot. With this speed they helped both on offense 
and defense, and earmarked the versatility of the team. 

Curry's first victory of the season came on the Milton Campus, 
in its fourth game. The final score of 2-1 over Mass. Maritime 
exemplifies its strong defense and driving offense. 

The best game of the campaign was played at Antrim, N. H., 
against Nathaniel Hawthorne College, In this game, goaltender Al 
Birdy showed that the experience he had been gaining was paying 
off. Narrowly missing a shut out, the exuberant Colonels returned 
to Milton with a 3-1 victory. 

The fighting spirit of the team, the color of a strong defense, 
and the long-passing game brought more students to soccer games 
than at any time in the past. Despite the losing record, the Colonels 
established themselves as a drawing card for campus events and 
promise to bring more excitement in the future. 



-78- 




'■!'/■': 



THE BIG THREE 



soc 


;CER SCORES 




Curry 


Record 




1 


Barrington 


2 





Gordon 


6 





St. Francis 


1 


2 


Mass. Maritime 


1 


2 


Nathaniel Hawthorne 


2 


3 


Hawthorne 


1 


3 


Mass. Maritime 


7 




'And Away We Go" 







If he touches the ball, kick him Curt! 



-79- 



ootball 



The 1963 football season has gone on record as the liveliest in five years. The instal- 
lation of a new coach, Pete Mazzaferro, and assistant coach, Hugo Campbell, was to prove it- 
self in the long run. The practices, training, general overall size, and attitude of the team, 
was that of determination. Practices were gruelling on a field which was hot and dry in the 
later part of September and October. A team which began with more than fifty men ended up 
with twenty-six hard-nosed football players. Frank Longo and Dennis Tessicini were voted 
co-Captains of the Curry Eleven. The Colonels took the field against the Newport Islanders 
in their first game. The team began to work as a unit in the second half. In this half the 
Colonels limited the Islanders to one sustained drive. This was our first loss of the season. 
In our second encounter, we were faced with a tough Maine Maritime team. Maine had six 
weeks and two winning games on Curry. The Curry team was ready for the game but late 
injuries held the Colonels back from showing their full might. We pushed and fought but our 
lack of man power, and the dry heat of the afternoon held us down. 

Following a week's rest, and backbreaking practices, we were ready to face the Harvard 
Freshmen. We were in top shape, and full of fight and the game showed it. The Team marched 
372 yards to Harvards' 186. Yet we had to settle for a tie. Deep in the hearts of the team 
and students, we knew that Curry was destined for success. It was Bob Laghetto's hard 
driving which brought us 6 worthy points. 

Our next game was the one we had awaited. The semi-pro Hyde Park Patriots came to 
the Curry field. Twenty-six men worked as one to prove the Colonels superiority. Scoring for 
the Curry eleven were backs Dennis Tessicini, Gus Picarriello and Ron Mlgliaccio. The high- 
light of the day was Charlie Wehmeyer's interception, and 40-yard run for a T.D.. Thus a 
lineman's dream, and the dream of an entire team for a successful season looked promising. 

Home-Coming Weekend and the Nichols game brought success. November did not offer 
much promise in terms of weather. On a rain-soaked field, players, students and spectators 
watched with enthusiasm. Both teams took the field with the intention to win. Again the de- 
termination of the Colonels proved itself. Smashing, sliding, groaning, grunting — these 
were the sounds and actions of all players. Early in the game, Curry made a substantial move, 
but mud and water hampered their drive. By the end of the first half, the score was 6-0 in 
favor of the Colonels. Duringhalf time, not much was said; words were not necesssry; every- 
one knew his job. 

As the Colonels took the field, each man played with renewed strength. Dennis Tessicini 
was instrumental in moving the front line, 70 yards. All that was left was the screaming and 
hollering of a victorious Home-Coming team. This was Curry's first winning season. The 
determined efforts of coaches Mazzaferro and Campbell and the twenty-six players made this 
possible. 




Seated left to right: Coach Mazzaferro, Jim Dunn, Jay Malvey, Dan Schaffer, Co-Capt. Dermis Tessicini, Co-Capt. 

Frank Longo, Joe O'Donald, Charles Wehmeyer, George Rowohlt, Brad Cliff, Assist. Coach Campbell. 

Second row: Don Landers, Elias Travassos, Bill McLucas, Dave Kelly, Hank Knapp, Dave Speciale, Bob Shea, Ron 

Migliaccio, Ron Hester. 

Top row: Mike O'Grady, Bob Laghetto, Mark Norton, Bruce Sproul, Gus Picariello, Charles McMurray, Steve 

Walker, Pierre Glroud. 

-80- 




^ 



m ^m 




i: 



1 



Practice Makes Perfect. 






The Long Bomb 



Determination Plus! 



-81- 








Realistic 
Abstractionism 




-82- 







-83- 



The 1963-64 season was full of surprises for the Curry Colonels. 
Under the able leadership of Coach Jack Vallely, and Assistant Coach 
Pete Mazzaferro, Curry had its first winning season in four years. The 
basketball season opened with a major upset. Bradford Durfee College 
succumbed to a small but fast Curry team. Since the Freshman year, 
Curry had been unable to defeat Durfee. Despite the 45 points of guard 
Ed Minelli, Curry lost to Barrington College. This loss sparked the 
team and they went on to win their next four games. The game against 
Stevens saw the Colonels break two school records; 133 points were 
scored and 72 rebounds were grabbed off the backboards. 

This, easy victory was to hinder and not help the team. We lost our 
next four games, all on the road, and returned somewhat weary. With 
the return of forward Jim Johnson, the Curry Five snapped their losing 
streak in a close game against a taller Bryant College team. This 
victory gave Curry a 6-5 record, a record which thereafter never fell 
below a .500 average. 

Our next game, one of the few easy victories, was against Calvin 
Coolidge. We were now 5-0 at home and 2-5 on the road. We split our 
next two games, losing to Bryant and defeating Berkshire Christian. 
Stevens, a much improved team, came to Curry, but could not keep up to 
the Colonels pace. The old adage, "There's no place like home," held 
true , our home record was now 7-0. The team's overall record reached 
9-6. Two games remained and a winning season was guaranteed. 

In two back-to-back games, the Colonels fought desperately against 
overwhelming odds. Lowell Tech. and Hanscom A.F.B. proved to be too 
powerful. The season's record was now 9-8 a very proud one. High 
scorers for the Curry team were: Ed Minelli (322 points), John Affronti 
(320), and Lloyd Peacock (215). The highlight of the season was Curry's 
participation in the Capitol City Invitational Tournament against Barrington 
College. 



Basketball 




Seated left to right: Coach Validly, Fred DeMarco, John Affronti, Dennis Tave, Lloyd Peacock, 
Coach Mazzaferro. 

Top row: Richard Brunner; trainer, John Nowik; statistician, Ernest Mosley, James Fraguela, 
Cha'-les Wehmeyer, James Rispoli, James Johnson, Ian Kops; Manager. 



-84- 





This Is The Way It's Done! 





Another Assist. 



They Can't Beat Us At Home. 



-85- 




There is always action 
on the Curry College 
basketball Court. "The 
screaming of the fans, the 
persistance of the players, 
the gracefulness of form. " 




-86- 





-87- 







RECORD 






79 


Durfee 


71 




76 


Barrington 


92 




80 


Hawthorne 


78 




93 


St. Francis 


79 




89 


Hawthorne 


79 




133 


Stevens 


64 




77 


Hanscom 


80 




81 


DavisviUe 


89 




75 


Durfee 


85 




89 
60 
69 


Bryant 

CooHdge 

Bryant 


85 
50 
93 




78 


Berkshire 


65 




78 


Stevens 


64 




94 


Lowell Tech. 


124 




59 


Hanscom 


88 



J-\ 



CAMPUS LIFE 




-89- 




Simplicity Is Beauty. 



The Fall Ball 




Shall We Dance? 



-90- 




'V^-^-"^^ j<^ .-.«• x^^ ^Jy^ 




The Queen Of The Ball. 



You Shouldn't Have. 



Reception Line. 







-91- 




standing Ovation. 



Convocations 




A Humble Presentation. 



-92- 




Last Week It. Was Over the Capitol. 




'We Do Solomnly Swear." 




'I Am Honored To Be Here' 



■93- 




It's Very Easy 



CLASS DANCES 



Let's Twist Again 





Everybody's Doing It 



-94- 



The Hillside "5" 





"I Don't Want To Dance' 



It's Almost Twelve 




-95- 




Meet A Friend Of Mine 



Elections 



"Why Can't I Vote For Myself?' 




"Who Did You Vote For?' 




-96- 




"The Present Is A Key To The Past' 



2H - O = H„0 




Elections 



'The Handbook States' 




"It's Very Basic' 




-97- 



>orm 
Life 




You Should Have Told Me You Were Coming! 



A Little Sunshine, A Little Water 




-98- 




The Chimes Are Ringing. 




All It Takes Is A Little Initiative. 




This Is Radio Station WCURRY. 



'A Child's Christmas In Wales. 







■99- 




■100- 




It's Really Very Simple. 



-101- 




Fashion Show 



''"^*^**-^ 



Formal Attire. 




The Latest From The Riviera. 



And Dressed In This Lovelv . . . 




-102- 



ADVERTISERS 




g 

yearbook A I 



■\^ 



■103- 



Palmer, Hubbard & Carpenter, Inc. 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS - NEW CONSTRUCTION 



Remodeling - Alterations • Roofing 



956 CANTON AVENUE 



MILTON, MASS, 



OX8-4192 
OX8-0550 




-104- 



Compliments of a Friend 



GORDON LINEN SERVICE 



Complete Linen Rental Service 
For Curry College Students. 



Sheet - Pillowcases - Towels 
Blankets - Pillows 



60 Aberdeen Avenue, Cambridge, Mass. 
Kirkland 7-4430 




■105- 



WE INVITE YOU TO 



BICKFORD'S ORIGINAL PANCAKE HOUSES 

and 
RESTAURANTS 



In SHARON, MASSACHUSETTS, ROUTE #1 
South (Go to Route 128, take Route #1 
South) 
In NATICK, MASSACHUSETTS, ROUTE #9 
(Go to Route 128, take cut-off to 
Route #9 South) 
In WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 
ROUTE #5 (1/2 mile from 

Massachusetts Turnpike) 
In PEABODY, MASSACHUSETTS, ROUTE #1 
NORTH (1/4 Mile going North off 
Route #128) 



Best Wishes to the Class of 1964 



COCA-COLA BOTTLING 
COMPANY OF BOSTON 



400 Soldiers Field Road 
AUston-Boston 34, Massachusetts 




-106- 



RINGS 




PINS 




MEDALS 




CHARMS 


excellent 


CUPS 


design 


PLAQUES 


skilled 


TROPHIES 


craftsmanship 




superb 




quality 



YOUR CLASS JEWELER 



DIEGES & CLUST 

226 Public St., Providence, R.I, 
NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA 



HYDE PARK 
LAUNDROMATIC, INC. 

8-10 Gordon Avenue EMpire 1-3616 

Expert Blouse and Shirt Finishing 
Pants Washed and Pressed 

Student Bundles Washed, Dried 
and Folded 
Discount for Curry Students 



NEW ENGLAND 
VENDING CORP. 

Food Service and Vending Management 



225 Bunker Hill Street 

Charlestown 29, Mass. 

Tel: 241-8877 



Compliments of 

NEW PARK PHARMACY 

Thomas R. Guzzo, Reg. Pharm, 

65 Washington Cor. Garfield 

Hyde Park, Mass. 
Phones: 361-3524, 361-2538 

Near The Campus 

LYNCH'S DRUG STORE 

"Famous for Prescriptions 
Finest of Cosmetics" 



National Bank Building 
Hyde Park, Mass. 




■107- 



Specializing in Life Insurance Needs 
Pertaining to Students 



WILLIAM G. DOHERTY, JR. 
Life Insurance Co. New York 



CLASS of "62' 



75 Federal Street 

Boston, Mass. 
HUbbard 2-4900 



REPAIRING - CARPET LAYING 
MOTH PROOFING - STORING 



WALL TO WALL CARPETING 
CLEANED IN YOUR HOME 



BROOKLINE ORIENTAL 
RUG CO.,Inc. 



Office & Salesroom 
1475 Beacon St., Brookline AS7-5600 

Plant & Salesroom 
315 HunneweU St., Needham HI4-0333 



VISIT THE NEW ENLARGED 

CARROLL CUT RATE 

SELF SERVICE DISCOUNT STORE 
with Service Cosmetic Bar 



1614 Blue Hill Ave. 
Mattapan Square 



Compliments of 

KAREN'S 
RESTAURANT 



NEW ENGLAND 
ARARAT BAND 

ARMENIAN and AMERICAN MUSIC 
for all occasions 



George Chakoian Diran DerMarderosian 
Lincoln, R. I. Needham, Mass. 

Tel: 401-PA6-1697 Tel: 617-HI4-3814 




-108- 



H. SEYMOUR CO. 

Manufacturing Jewelers 

154 Rice Road, Wollaston, Mass. 

Gregory H. Seymourian 



EMERALD JEWELERS 

Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, 
Electrical Appliances, Giftware 



333 Washington Street, Boston, Mass. 
Room 635, 6th floor, Providence Bldg. 

Telephone: RI2-1828 

Special Discount for Curry College Students 

RIVERSIDE FLOWER SHOP 

1653 Blue Hill Ave. Mattapan Sq. 

Tel. CY6-2003 CY8-9768 

Opposite Karen's Restaurant 

Florist Telegraph Delivery Ass'n. 
Anywhere in the U.S.A. 

See Warren or Leo 




■109- 



MAHONEYS SERVICE 

GATEWAY TO THE BLUEHILLS 

Texaco Service 

Readville, Mass. 
EMl-2299 



A. J. FORREST CO. 

Norwood, Mass. 
762-1445 762-1446 



ESSO FUEL OIL - OIL BURNERS 



BLUE HILL SUNOCO 

ROUTE #138 TeI:828-9858 




DODGE MURPHY 



Photographers 



549 BEDFORD STREET 
WHITMAN. MASS. 
TELEPHONE 447-2782 



Compliments 
of a Friend 




■110- 



Compliments from The Class of '64 



Compliments from The Class of '65 



-111- 




Until We Meet 
Again 



See You Next Year 



We Were Just Sitting Here, When. 




■112-